Category: Ephesians 6 Study

Time for a Giveaway!

Thanks to all of you who studied Ephesians 6 with me over the past month! I have appreciated your fellowship, and I pray that God has used your time in the Word to change you and to draw you closer to Him. For those who are still working to finish the study (and I know there are many of you, because I always get carried away and make the lessons […]

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30-Plus Days in Ephesians 6, Day 32: What Next?

We’ve completed our study together of Ephesians 6. Our next online study will take place in November! In the meantime, if you would like to continue your study of Ephesians 6 and its themes on your own, here are some ideas: Study in more detail Jesus’ temptation as recorded in Matthew 4:1-11 and Luke 4:1-13. How did He use the armor of God to do combat with Satan? Study the […]

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30 Days in Ephesians 6, Day 25: Our Shoes

How did you do on your own yesterday? Isn’t it exciting to see how much we can learn about a passage with a few study helps? The breastplate of righteousness is an important piece of armor. It protects the vital organs during battle, and it protects our hearts as we face spiritual battle against our deceptive, determined foes. Christ’s righteousness, made ours at salvation, is impenetrable against Satan’s attacks when […]

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30 Days in Ephesians 6, Day 16: Observations

We’re halfway through our study already! We’ve considered what our great God has done, reaching out in love and grace to choose us when we never would have chosen Him, to redeem us from our bondage to sin, to adopt us and make us co-heirs with His Son. We’ve seen how He wants us to live as His children — in submission to one another, with the same humble attitude […]

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30 Days in Ephesians 6, Day 12: Provoking, Part 1

Children are commanded to obey their parents. That means their parents need to help them learn to obey. But even while we are seeking to do that, we can say and do things that make it much harder for our children to respect and obey us. Today we’re going to look at Ephesians 6:4 and God’s command to fathers. We’re going to look briefly at several key words in the verse to […]

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30 Days in Ephesians 6, Day 9: Obey

Now that we have looked in a general way at Paul’s instructions to children, fathers, servants, and masters, let’s take a closer look at each of those commands. Word studies, cross-references, commentaries, and looking at other translations can all help us gain a better understanding of a verse or passage of Scripture, and free Bible study websites help us do this kind of studying in a fraction of the time […]

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Thirty Days in Ephesians 6: Day 1

Welcome to our study of Ephesians 6! I’m really looking forward to studying this chapter with you! Limiting our study of Ephesians 6 to just thirty days is going to be a challenge! This portion of Scripture is packed with riches! My prayer is that you will want to continue studying the chapter on your own when we reach the end of the month, because we certainly won’t study everything […]

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Join Us in Our Month-Long Study of Ephesians 6!

Wrapping paper tubes. Garden stakes. Umbrellas. Scraps of lumber. Tree branches. Rulers. Pool noodles. Fingers. What do they all have in common? If you have any boys in your house, you probably know. Most any innocent-looking item that is longer than it is wide can become a sword in the hands of a child who is eager and ready to do battle. No swords in the house? No problem. They’ll […]

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